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Ed Slushie

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#1440809
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Zack Snyder's Justice League: Redux Ideas thread
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On an unrelated note, I was wondering how other people felt about the film’s dedication “For Autumn” with regard to fan edits. On one hand, it might be disrespectful to remove it. But on the other hand, it’s meant to be a message directly from Zack Snyder, so once we as fan editors have altered the movie from what he wanted, one could argue that it would be unethical to leave it in. What are your thoughts?

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#1440479
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Worst Edit Ideas
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Eyepainter said:

JackNapier said:

Eyepainter said:

In the flashback sequence of The Last Jedi, have Luke straight up murder Kylo Ren in cold blood. Then, give no explanation for why Kylo is still alive in the present.

Essentially what happened in the “movie”

You mean to tell me Luke actually sliced off Kylo Ren’s head in the flashback all this time? Damn, I must be losing my memory.

Jack Napier lives in a society where that happened.

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#1439799
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Star Wars: <strong>The Rise Of Skywalker</strong> Redux Ideas thread
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I know this might sound stupid, as something similar was suggested over on the “Worst Edit Ideas” thread, but what if, when C-3P0 got his memory erased, his voice were replaced with something flatter, like a text-to-speech? Then it would be easy to replace his dialogue with something less… Threepio. It would be like fully erasing his memory had also removed all of the personality traits he had picked up over the years and made him act like a totally different character, which would feel more like a sacrifice.

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#1437218
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<strong>Star Wars: The Bad Batch</strong> (animated series) - a general discussion thread - * <strong>SPOILERS</strong> *
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Did anyone else think the setting for this episode looked a lot like the ship from Close Encounters of the Third Kind? The body in the tube looked almost exactly like one of the aliens from that movie, too. I know they were the inspiration for the Kaminoans’ design, but this seemed to take it a step further.

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#1436038
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The Prequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread
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On the subject of adding Exegol to the prequels, maybe there’s a way for the lab where Darth Vader is created to be on Exegol. Because as a kid (who was too young to see Revenge of the Sith when it first came out and so had to learn the story from the ROTS video game, which only shows the lab from the inside) I assumed they must have been on Korriban or something. I was actually kind of disappointed when I learned it was just Coruscant.

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#1435812
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Star Wars: <strong>The Rise Of Skywalker</strong> Redux Ideas thread
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I think it makes more sense if Exegol was the place they went after Moraband fell, because we’ve already seen Moraband and there’s less reason for the characters to need to look for it. Especially since the character who initially says “Exegol does not appear on any star chart” is R2-D2, the one character who should know exactly where Moraband is, since he’s already been there.

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Star Wars: <strong>The Rise Of Skywalker</strong> Redux Ideas thread
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Not to be overly pedantic, but the design is slightly different. The armor is slimmer and more angular than normal FO stormtroopers, and the helmets have black lines down the center like Clone Trooper helmets.
Which unfortunately means I can’t add more footage of Sith Troopers by colorizing unused stormtrooper footage from the TFA trailer…

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#1433067
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The Prequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread
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Yeah. That scene had always confused me because (1) nobody notices Count Dooku’s ship returning to Coruscant, and (2) the creepy lair where they meet is never shown again (aside from one of Yoda’s visions in TCW). Replacing it with the temple on Exegol would solve both problems.

Ooh, and then maybe I could color-correct my edit of CW03 so that Exegol is where Dooku meets Ventress. I’d have to remove a lot of stuff that contradicts it, but it might help tie everything together.